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Seth Gillem gets blasted by a cool burst of water alongside friend Zylan McDonald in the water fountain on Celebration Plaza downtown Tuesday morning. Staff Photo Jon Lance

SSISD board to present 2 diplomas, consider increase in meal price

Sulphur Springs Independent School District Board of Trustees will depart from the norm during tonight’s meeting to host a special “graduation ceremony” for two individuals who have met all requirements for graduation.


Splash Down

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Aleah Sotelo makes a big splash at the bottom of an inflatable water slide at Jerry’s Jump Zone Friday during the final day of the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension 2014 Kids Camp. Staff Photo by Jon Lance

Teer named manager of Civic Center

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Sulphur Springs native Adam Teer was announced Friday as the new Hopkins County Regional Civic Center manager. Teer, who currently serves as executive director of CANHelp, will begin serving in his new position on Aug. 1. 


Cooper Junior and Senior High Schools host blood drive to maintain treatments for hospital patients this summer

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    COOPER – July is a time for red, white and blue. It is a time for splashing in local lakes, and traveling to see sites and loved ones. But for patients needing blood transfusions, it is also a time when the right blood types and blood products need to be on the shelves, so that advanced medical treatments can continue. Carter BloodCare urges members of the community to avoid a blood donation vacation; instead, give before you go.

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